November 2, 2020 at 8:51 amkaitovaSubscriber
I have the same issue with design point, but just unpacking of the files and moving them to another folder doesnt work. Please, see my error message, I am actually not sure that this file with extension .wbdp anysis is looking for exist.
Thank you :)November 2, 2020 at 4:01 pmGary StofanAnsys EmployeenHellonThe project has become corrupted in some manner. Here are two possible remedies:n=================n Make a backup of the current project.n Copy a designPoint.wbdp from another project into the location in your error message. n See if WB then opens the Project OK. n=================nSometimes re-importing the mechdb/mechdat can resolve these issues. nIn your project folder, there should be a SYS.mechdb file for each Analysis object that was on the schematic. n - Make a copy of SYS.mechdb to another folder,n - Rename the copy to SYS.mechdatnOnce you have copied these out, create a new Project..n From Windows Explorer, drag the .mechdat files into the Schematic project whitespacenSave the project to a new name when you are done. nLet me know if this gets you going.n=================n=================nOne more tip: Make periodic Project - Archives - .wbpz of your projects to prevent this from happening.nnNovember 3, 2020 at 4:41 amkaitovaSubscriberThank you will trynViewing 2 reply threads
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